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Psychiatric care of the medical patient

Psychiatric care of the medical patient

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychiatry,
  • Sick -- Mental health,
  • Mental Disorders -- complications,
  • Mental Disorders -- etiology,
  • Psychophysiologic Disorders

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPrinciples of medicla psychiatry.
    Statementedited by Alan Stoudemire, Barry S. Fogel.
    ContributionsStoudemire, Alan., Fogel, Barry S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC454.4 .P735 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 977 p. :
    Number of Pages977
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1713976M
    ISBN 100195064771
    LC Control Number92016193

      Psychiatric patients frequently present to the emergency department (ED) for care when they are in crisis. Recent studies demonstrate about 10% of all ED patients present with psychiatric illness. 1 However, this is not an adequate estimate of the number of patients because many of these patients do not have a psychiatric diagnosis. Two recent studies have demonstrated that 45% of Cited by: Acute psychiatric services are provided at Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES) at Harborview Medical Center, the county hospital for King County. The PES is a separate unit within the Emergency Room at Harborview staffed 24/7 by a multidisciplinary team consisting of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, and nurses with support from social.

      Together with their other two recent works—Medical-Psychiatric Practice, volumes one and two—the essential library of current information about medical psychiatry is formed. While this book is a revised and expanded version of their original volume, Principles of Medical Psychiatry, it is made even more useful by including numerous Author: Philip G. Lindsay. Medical malpractice, a form of professional negligence, remains a heavily criticized legal solution for ensuring patient autonomy and competent health care. From caps on damages, to alternative dispute resolution, to so-called “communication and resolution programs,” the main concerns have included: unfairly exposing physicians to hindsight Author: James L. Knoll.

    Perhaps here is a window of opportunity for mental health care to become more accessible, through the emerging “medical homes” the ACA advocates. Such an improvement would add one more location where a patient could hope to find, in a better-organized mental health care system, piles of this book: not just in mental health centers and EDs Author: James Phelps. Patient safety is widely discussed, but little has been written from the perspective of psychiatric inpatient care, nor on which factors create its patient safety.


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